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Copy Files/Folders on Windows Volumes Created from Mac

We are trying to migrate storage from one volume to another, and we are running into problems with folders and files created from Mac OSX. The current file storage is on windows, and unfortunately ...
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rsync (or robocopy) from multiple computers - what happens?

If a Linux server has two different rsync jobs nightly for the same folder to two different destinations, do both destinations end up with the same end set of files? Or does the first job run, and ...
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Do Robocopy copy efficiently large files?

in our small sized company we use Vmware. We backup the VM with Veeam. Resulting files are in order of 200-300 gigabyte per VM, for a total of 1/1.2 terabyte of data. I use robocopy to copy VM files ...
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Best way to rsync a win2003 on linux

I'm currently dealing with a Windows 2003 (web) server, definitely not my cup of tea. The target is to download and keep synchronized some folders (~55GB) with a linux server. The windows server is ...
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Rsync from CIFS mounted Windows shares is slow. Why is this? Are there alternatives for file copy with checksum support?

I have found that using Rsync to transfer files from CIFS mounted shares resident on a Widnows client is extremly slow. I have read a few threads here on SF, and several other forum posts on the web, ...